Today, the University of Tartu researchers start a three-month study on the prevalence of coronavirus in Estonia among both symptomatic and asymptomatic people. For that, at least 16,000 residents of Estonia based on a random statistical sample will be interviewed and invited to be tested for coronavirus.
The study consists of eight waves of one week with 2000–4000 people interviewed and tested in each wave. Today, the social and market research company AS Emor sends the electronic invitation and questionnaire to the first 2,000 people who have been randomly selecte...
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